One of the right-wing leaders in closed talks: "This move was right for his time, but if Netanyahu does not form a government - look for alternatives" • "We will not stabilize and block other political measures, because we cannot return to what happened in recent months" In their political future
Members of the right wing and Prime Minister Netanyahu // Photo: Oren Ben Hakun
The political system has those who are already thinking about the next election day, and even more - even the day after. One of the leaders of the right block has ruled resolutely in recent days in closed talks: "A block situation will not happen again."
It should be noted that this is a significant statement that also opens the door for walking with other contestants and perhaps other parties. According to the senior official, "The move was right for his time. This is something that was important now to prevent the establishment of the left government. But next time it will not happen. We will not stand as a bloc and send other possible political steps. The latter, but we will have to look for other options and other connections. "
Meanwhile, Channel 13 announced on Wednesday that Naftali Bennett and Ayelet Shaked will meet today to discuss their political future. Shaked is scheduled to decide in what framework to run in the upcoming elections - whether alongside Bennett in the New Right, or as published in Israel Today, she returned to the Jewish House and reunited with the right-wing parties of religious Zionism.
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Also on the left of the political map are those who are already talking about essays and lists in the election campaign. Last night, MK Shafir said in an interview with Voice Level Radio that she saw success in the connection between the Democratic camp and the Labor Party, and rejected the allegations of ideological gaps between the parties.
"I would love to hear where the chasm between the Democratic camp and the Labor Party is," Shapir said. "There are no gaps. And anyone who claims otherwise wants us to fall together. Most Labor voters want a connection with the Democratic camp, who should decide at the end is Chairman Amir Peretz. When Orly Levy says there is a gaping abyss, she supposedly says our positions are illegitimate. We must not drop each other. "